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Why is Shinde smiling?
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Why is Shinde smiling?

Will October see him heading Maharashtra? Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde is among the few Congressmen still smiling. In the grim scenario of the UPA losing power, most ministers face an uncertain future. But Shinde is grinning ear to ear, and it has something to do with his prospects in Solapur, Maharashtra, where the veteran campaigner is confident of winning his Lok Sabha seat. More importantly, Shinde anticipates a change of guard in the state where ... Rediff.com, 2 months ago

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Best telebhaja joints in Kolkata

CT walks the alleys and bylanes of Kolkata to bring you the best telebhaja joints. MUKHORUCHI WHERE: GLT ROAD Legend has it that Ramkrishna used to have telebhaja from this shop, which was a mere shack back then. The one to treat him on a ...
 Times of India1 day ago The best of 'telebhaja' around Kolkata  Times of India1 week ago
Millennium Post

Swinging Tollywood

Movies have the power of portraying new sensibilities, where the division of cinema is blurred and magic is created on the screen Sandip Ray (son of director Satyajit Ray). The words Lights! Camera! Action! transports us into the black and white ...
 Millennium Post3 weeks ago

Is your husband's mum a monster-in-law?

An excerpt from Veena Venugopal's new book -- The Mother-in-law: The other woman in your marriage. The mother-in-law has always been a reviled figure in India. So much so, the Indian television industry practically runs on shows demonising (usually) the mother of the heroine's husband. What makes her such a terrible figure in a woman's life? Veena Venugopal who spoke to several women about their relationships with their mothers-in-law, attempts to answer this in her new book -- The ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Suchitra in verse

Passing away after more than a three-decade long self imposed seclusion, Suchitra Sen continues to enjoy an iconic status even when she is no more. Audience of the retrospective of her films cut across generations and still set the cash register ...
 The Statesman1 month ago
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Who has to learn whose language now?

Equations have changed in the new India. If the ’60 and the ’70s saw migration of people from South India to North India, it is the reverse right now. And without understanding this new dynamics, if the ruling party were to impose on the majority a language spoken by just 45 pc of the people, it is unlikely to be accepted without demur, says Shobha Warrier. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com I consider myself an Indian; a non-Hindi speaking one at that. As a school student, I had ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
New Indian Express

Brands in Their Own Right

Ogaan, New Delhi Established: December 1989 USP: Apparel that leans heavily on Indian craft and textiles Labels Available: Aneeth Arora, Pankaj & Nidhi, Gauri & Nainika, Namrata Joshipura, Payal Jain, Rahul Mishra, Madhu Jain, Gaurav Gupta, ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

College head quits after union protest

Raiganj, June 4: The teacher-in-charge of Raiganj University College resigned yesterday evening, saying he couldn't bear pressure from the Chhatra Parishad-run student union to drop his plan to introduce online admission to the first-year ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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Reporter's diary: Election 2014 from Kanyakumari to Kashi

A Ganesh Nadar’s tales from the campaign trail. In Kanyakumari, the highlight of my election coverage was when I showed Bharatiya Janata Party leader Arun Jaitley’s photograph to a J Jayalalithaa supporter and asked her who it was. “Rajiv Gandhi” was the prompt reply. **** Here one of the candidates had a coconut grove that gave two lakh coconuts every two months and the other candidate had 61 shops and a television channel. In Tamil Nadu, money always wins but this ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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'Nobody believes Nehru was beyond mistakes'

Fifty years ago, India's first prime minister passed into the ages. On his death anniversary, May 27, rediff.com commenced a series to evaluate Jawaharlal Nehru's legacy. M J Akbar, editor-in-chief of The Asian Age and author of Nehru: The Making of India, believes it was Nehru's vision that shaped modern India. In an exclusive interview with Senior Editor Ramananda Sengupta, Akbar recounts anecdotes that reveal ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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